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Stories about our Thailand

Sukhothai Points of interest

Perhaps a lesser-known region of the Kingdom, Sukhothai in central Thailand is located about 400 km north of Bangkok. Meaning the ‘Dawn of Happiness’, the small province lies in the Yom River valley and is surrounded by mountainous forests and neatly tended farmland. Celebrated by......

Sukhothai Historical Park

Sukhothai Historical Park is an enchanting place well deserved of its UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Covering an area of about 70 square kilometres, it contains more than 190 historical ruins and is where most visitors to the area spend their time, learning about the......

Sukhothai’s Organic Agriculture Project

After the completion of the Bangkok Airways’ owned Sukhothai Airport in 1996, the surrounding arable land remained unused until a decision was made to turn it into an agricultural project that would equally benefit the producers, consumers and environment. In 1999 an experiment to grow......

The Mae Wang Elephant Home, Chiang Mai

The Mae Wang Elephant Home is a small and very well managed elephant home located in the Mae Wang valley about an hour’s drive from Chaing Mai. It was established in 2016 as a way to take elephants out of trekking and riding activities, and......

Things to do in lesser-known Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is located in northern Thailand’s mountainous namesake province that borders Laos and Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. Founded by Phaya Mengrai in 1262 as part of the Lao–Thai Lanna kingdom, Chiang Rai didn’t become a Siamese territory until 1786, nor a province until......

Wat Rong Khun, better known as the White Temple

A visit to the famous ‘White Temple’ or Wat Rong Khu, tops the list for most visitors to Chiang Rai. Seen from a distance, the highly ornate all white structure appears to be made of glittering porcelain, or even icing sugar, but a closer look......

Chiang Mai, Authentic Thailand

Chiang Mai is located on the banks of the Ping River in a lush green valley in Northern Thailand. Founded in 1296 as the capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, today it is a peaceful place where past and present merge with modern buildings and......

The Anantara Chiang Mai Resort

Stepping through the doors at the Anantara Chiang Mai resort brings an instant sense of serenity. You’re met with the soothing sound of water features, immaculate green lawns and beautifully minded buildings, some which have stood proudly on the banks of the Mae Ping River......

Chiang Mai’s Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

Set with grand splendour on top of the hill overlooking the city, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand’s most sacred temples and its founding legend is learned by every school child in Chiang Mai. With beautiful Thai architecture and a monastery......

Ko Samui, Quintessential Thailand

At 274 square kilometers Ko Samui is Thailand’s third largest island and one of Southeast Asia’s most popular tourism destinations. Found perfectly set in the tranquil Gulf of Thailand, and only an hour’s flight from Bangkok, most visitors to the island are content spending their......